Holden Camira JB-JD
The Holden Camira was a mid-size car produced by Holden, the Australian subsidiary of General Motors (GM) between 1982 and 1989. It was Holden's version of GM's J-body family of cars—GM's third "global" car platform.
The original Camira, the JB series, was introduced in 1982 with a major trans-Tasman marketing campaign. The Camira replaced the Sunbird and Torana, although an interim four-cylinder version of the Commodore bridged the two-year production gap. The JB came with differing body styles: SL an entry-level variant, SJ a sporty version, SL/X and the SL/E.
The second series JD Camira, released in 1984 received a facelift, with a more aerodynamic front-end and the absence of a conventional front grille. The JD Camira came with varying body styles: SL, SL/X, SL/E, Executive and Formula.
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